Review: ‘Arthur Godfrey: The Adventures of an American Broadcaster’

In-depth study of one of the industry's early voices. Godfrey was the most listened-to personality on the air during the 1940s and '50s.

Coverage: In-depth study of one of the industry’s early voices. Godfrey was the most listened-to personality on the air during the 1940s and ’50s. He covered several timeslots with live talk and variety shows and was instrumental in the early success of the CBS network. Book presents Godfrey as a trailblazer for the industry to follow with a unique skill for unscripted entertainment and advertising.

Arthur Godfrey: The Adventures of an American Broadcaster

McFarland & Co.

Production

By Arthur J. Singer
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